Interior design company drops lawsuit on Bernard Berrian

A week ago the Vikings cut Bernard Berrian, now the wide receiver is being sued by an interior design company. Berrian allegedly hasn't payed up on $204,000 worth of interior design work done on his 20th floor penthouse in the Ivy Tower in Minneapolis.
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A week ago the Vikings cut Bernard Berrian, now the wide receiver is being sued by an interior design company. Berrian allegedly hasn't payed up on $204,000 worth of interior design work done on his 20th floor penthouse in the Ivy Tower in Minneapolis.

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